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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
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Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 · Eugene OR 97440 s


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Junction City Wine Country

The northern stretch of the popular "Territorial Wine Trail" is a winery destination known for its scenic countryside and agricultural farmlands. Gentle rolling hills dotted with sheep and vineyards are framed by back country roads, bright with daffodils in the spring. Part of the Willamette Valley AVA, this outstanding collection of craft wineries is easily accessible from the Eugene Airport. 

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High Pass WineryThis is the land of estate-grown Pinot. Some very special wines are made here. As you linger over a glass, you may even learn some of the fascinating stories behind the wineries and the winemakers themselves.

Small by intention, many limited production wines are exclusively poured in Junction City tasting rooms. Junction City's hands-on vintners pride themselves on the quality of their wines. Whether expounding on wine making traditions, sustainable farming practices or wine affordability; these proprietors exude passion. 

When touring Junction City's wineries, plan to indulge in Walnut Ridge's accompaniment menu, relax on the Benton-Lane patio or toast marshmellows at Pfeiffer Winery and attend  a "Pinot Clinc." And with advance arrangements as part of a small group, you can even bottle your own wine at RainSong Vineyard!

Junction City Wineries

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Along the Wine Trail

Sink your teeth into homemade bread baked with local grain and served up in a historic schoolhouse.